Restock For $6 At Rite Aid Beginning 2/19

by Laura on February 18, 2012

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The deals this week at Rite Aid (2/19 – 2/25) are one of the reasons I love Rite Aid so much.  They have really great deals this week.

If I was going to Rite Aid this week, I would buy lotion, deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste.  And here is how I would do it:

Transaction #1:
1 Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste (Or Sensitive) $3.50
Use the $0.75/1 Colgate Optic White, Total Advanced or Sensitive Pro-Relief from the 2/12 Red Plum Insert
1 Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion (10 oz) $2.97
Use the $1 off coupon from the 1/29/12 Red Plum Insert
Final Price Out of Pocket: $4.72 (plus tax)
Receive $5.50 in Up Rewards for next transaction

Transaction #2:
1 Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste (Or Sensitive) $3.50
1 Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion (10 oz) $2.97
Use $5.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #1
Final Price Out of Pocket: $.97 (plus tax)
Receive $5.50 in Up Rewards for next transaction

Transaction #3:
1 Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste (Or Sensitive) $3.50
Colgate 360 or Sensitive ProRelief Manual Toothbrush (1 ct.) (excl. Surround and Optic White), $2.49
Use $5.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #3
Final Price: $.49 (plus tax)
Receive $4 in Up Rewards for Next Purchase

Transaction #4:
Mitchum or Lady Mitchum Anti-Perspirant or Deodorant (Excluding Twin Packs), 2/$6
Use 2 $1/1 Mitchum or Mitchum for Women Product printable
Use $4 in Up Rewards from Transaction #3
Final Price: FREE
Receive $2 in Up Rewards for Next Purchase

At this point I have only spent $6.18 so I could get some more toothbrushes but I usually draw the line at 4 transactions.  Obviously you don’t have to do these exact ones but this should give you a great idea of what you can do with a little money and knowledge of how Rite Aid works!

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Michael Spencer February 25, 2012 at 4:23 pm

We made a modification to this. Coke products are on sale three 12-packs for $10.98 with a $3 up Reward. When we got there we found a tear coupon $1 off two 12-packs, so we mixed that into the transaction listing.

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Michelle Vance February 18, 2012 at 6:01 pm

Thank you for writing out these scenarios. It really helps me to understand better how to stretch the funds and use the Up Rewards.

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